February 9, 2007
Martin Luther King Gives a Sermon On Civil Disobedience in a Rare Recording
Headlines for Tuesday, November 19th, 2002
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and Singer Joan Baez in a Special On Civil Disobedience: Baez Recalls When King Visited Her in Prison, and We Play a Rare Recording of King's Remarks to Supporters Outside the Prison
A secret appeals court yesterday granted the Bush administration broad new powers to conduct wiretaps and surveillance of Americans and others suspected of being spies or terrorists in the United States. It was a major victory for Attorney General John Aschroft, who immediately announced the government will greatly expand the use of the special intelligence court to obtain more wiretaps of people suspected of involvement with terrorists.
"But If Not": Dr. Martin Luther King Gives a Sermon On Civil Disobedience in a Rare Recording
We turn now to a rare recording of the Reverend Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr. It's a sermon Dr. King gave to Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta in 1967. It's about civil disobedience and it's called 'But If Not.'
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